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Paul Parker cracks it.
Letter from Richie Benaud
Paul Parker, an England Test cricketer.
Paul Parker in the runs.
Paul Parker in the slips
The Brentham CC side for the 1972 National Club Championship at Lord’s, including Graham Barlow (back row, four from the right)
Press clipping ahead of the 1972 final at Lord’s
Tony Dell, armed and dangeous in Vietnam.
Tony Dell in the nets.
Tony Dell takes the wicket of Alan Knott in the second innings of the 7th Test of the 1970-71 Ashes series.
Tony Dell (seated far right) in the 1970-71 Queensland side under the captaincy of Tom Graveney.
Ross Duncan practices his inswinger…
…and the outwswinger.
The England and Australia men of the match in the first Ashes Test of 1968.
Pat Pocock, Basil D’Oliveira, Bob Cowper and Doug Walters. Only Bob and Doug had done enough to secure selection for the second Test.
Underneath, an action moment from the match involving the quartet.
David Sincock poses with Sobers. Team-mates at South Australia and opponents on the Australia tour of the West Indies in 64-65.
Peter Allan
Victoria v Queensland, January 1966. Peter Allan takes all 10 wickets in the Victoria first innings.
Peter in his Australian blazer.
The Australia XII for the first Test against England in 1965.
Back row (L-R): Alan Connolly, Neil Hawke, Peter Allan, Tommy Veivers
Middle row (L-R): Doug Walters, Ian Redpath, Bob Cowper, Peter Philpott
Front row (L-R): Peter Burge, Brian Booth (C), B.M Gibbs (Manager), Bill Lawry, Wally Grout
Eric Russell
Fred Rumsey bowls Sinclair of New Zealand in 1965.
Jimmy Hill speaks to Fred’s first meeting of the Cricketers’ Association in 1967. Also in attendance were other One Ashes Test Wonders, Ken Taylor, Eric Russell and Roger Prideaux.
Fred and Fred. Receiving his Lifetime Achievement Award at the PCA Awards Dinner in 2017 – 50 years after Fred’s initial meeting.
Ken Taylor reports for nets.
Ken Taylor strides out to the middle for Yorkshire with Boycott.
Ken Taylor is bowled by Veivers in his one and only Ashes Test.
Letter from John Arlott after Ken had scored 6 and 3 against India at Lord’s in 1959. He wasn’t picked to play for England again until his Ashes Test in 1964.
Ken Taylor, the artist, in his studio.
Brian Close by Ken Taylor (with thanks to Stephen Chalke – these portraits are included in his superb book of Ken’s life, Drawn to Sport)
Fred Trueman by Ken Taylor.
The Australia team for the third Test of the 1958-59 Ashes series.
Press clipping ahead of the third Test in the 1958-59 series where Keith Slater made his one and only appearance for Australia.
Keith Slater at Heywood Cricket Club during his season playing in the Lancashire League.
The professionals in the Lancashire League 1959.
Standing L-R: Ralph Legall, Sonny Ramadhin, Ray Hogan, Keith Slater, John McMahon, Peter Philpott.
Seated L-R: Garry Sobers, Cec Pepper, Frank Worrell, Lou Laza, John Rutherford
Lancashire League stats, 1959.

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